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Should Australia And The Uk Adopt Aspects Of Sharia Law?
This Has Been Proposed - Not Form Things Like Criminal Law...But For Family Law Maybe?
Does A New Incorporated Association (Common Interest Club) Without Premises Need Public Liability Insurance?
We Are Starting A Social Club With A Formal Constitution In Queensland, Australia, That Meets In Private Homes/Public Places - Cafes Etc , And Do Not Have Our Own Premises. So Do We Need To Have Public Liability Insurance; As The Places We Meet Will Already Have It?
I think you should opt for one to be on a safer end. Since in your scenario, you are about to utilize the public asset.
So no one would allow you to move on w/o the insurance. As you are liable to bare any kind of damage in your existence.
Everything About International Law?
Rationale And Features Of International Law; International Charters, Members Of The International Community
Everything about international law would (and does) fill several hundred volumes of text.
Even attorneys -- after law school -- study an additional year or two to get a masters in international law -- and that just covers the basics.
But summed up in 50 words or less -- international law is about treaties. Because one country cannot make another do something. That's called sovereignty. So, the only way one country can bind another is by mutual contract -- called a treaty -- where countries agree to limit themselves. The rest is politics.
How Much Can A Social Security Disability Lawyer Charge?
A Local Social Security Disability Attorney Won My Friends Case. The Backpay Percentage Wasn'T Enough To Cover The Lawyers $1500 Minimum Fee. Social Security Told Us That The Lawyer Couldn'T Charge More Than 20% Of The Backpay. The Lawyer Is Asking For $500 More And Threatening To Turn It Over To Collections. Can They Send This To Collections Or Are They Bluffing? Opinions?
disability lawyer or non attorney representative can receive 25 percent of a claimant's total backpay from ssd and ssi. However, this is capped at a maximum amount. As of 2007, the maximum fee that a representative, lawyer or non lawyer, can receive in compensation for their services, is $5300.00
ADDED: contingency fee contracts prepared by lawyers also include an option for the lawyer to file a "fee petition." Although this may come as a surprise to you, your fee contract is not just between you and your lawyer. The Social Security Administration has to approve any fee arrangement between claimants and their lawyers. In a fee petition, your lawyer may request more than 25% of past due benefits because of an unusual amount of work or time involved in your case or because your case did not involve past due benefits.
If your lawyer's fee petition is approved, you may have the responsibility to pay your lawyer directly. I would ask the lawyer to prove to you the extra amount was approved and if it was you have to pay it.
Constitutional Law And Strict Scrutiny?
Can Someone Explain To Me When Strict Scrutiny Is Used And What Type Of Cases Pass Strict Scrutiny, Also I Am Curious As To When Do You Know If Something Is Narrowly Tailored. For Clarification When A Case Fails Strict Scrutiny Is It Unconstitutional? Also, If You Can Explain Rational Basis, And When To Use It
Is the standard under the Equal Protection Clause that federal courts use to assess the constitutionality of governmental classifications based on race as well as those that impinge on fundamental constitutional rights. Until the mid‐1970s, strict scrutiny also applied to classifications based on alienage (see Graham v. Richardson, 1971).
To pass muster, a challenged governmental action must be “closely” related to a “compelling” governmental interest. As such, strict scrutiny is the most rigorous of the three levels of scrutiny that courts have formulated. Ordinary (minimum) scrutiny applies to most bases on which government classifies people and their activities—for example, economic and social considerations such as wealth (or the lack of it). This test merely requires government to show that the classificatory scheme “reasonably” relates to a “legitimate” governmental interest. An intermediate level, called “heightened scrutiny,” applies to classifications based on gender and illegitimacy. Here, the governmental action must be “substantially” related to an “important” governmental interest (see Intermediate Scrutiny).
In contrast to ordinary scrutiny, where courts presume that the legislation or challenged governmental activity is constitutional and the plaintiff has the burden of showing a constitutional violation, strict scrutiny assumes that it is unconstitutional and the government has the burden of demonstrating its compelling interest. Courts must focus on government's purpose rather than merely on the effect of governmental action to determine the validity of a challenged law or regulation. The Court held in Washington v. Davis (1976) that, to be unconstitutional under the Fourteenth Amendment, discrimination must be intentional.
The difference between a “close” and a “substantial” relationship and the difference between a “compelling” and a “substantial” governmental interest are not delineated by a bright line. The Court has indicated, however, that a close relationship is one that adheres to the “least restrictive” or “least intrusive” means of regulation, and the likelihood that an interest is compelling is greater if it pertains to public health or safety than if it concerns mere administrative convenience or fiscal considerations. There are few cases in which a challenged statute has passed the test of strict scrutiny.
Does Anyone Know Of Any Free Legal Advice Websites?
I Need Help With Some Legal Advice, My Brother Just Got Arrested And I Need To Know Some Advice On Criminal Law In Texas Pleeeeeeease Help!!!
The thing about free legal advice sites is that you get what you pay for. If this is a serious criminal matter, your brother needs to have a lawyer. The Court will appoint one for him if he cant afford it. But under NO circumstances should you rely on any website, or even advice from people here, in a criminal matter. I've been practicing law for 29 years, and I wouldht even THINK of giving you specific advice under these circumstances.